Lateral partner moves have increased across the U.S. this year—especially in smaller markets where Big Law is showing growing interest.

Markets such as Salt Lake City, Seattle and Charlotte, North Carolina, have seen “massive” growth in partner moves in 2022, but it’s begun to tail off in places such as Nashville, Tennessee, and Denver, which may be losing steam after being driven by comparably smaller practice areas, according to some analysts.

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